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Chief Clinical Officer

David Levin

Chief Clinical Officer

Mr. Levin is a highly qualified professional, holding credentials as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Certified Addiction Professional, Internationally Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor, and a Certified Daring Way Facilitator. 

Education: Florida Atlantic University, Barry University

About David Levin

Mr. Levin is widely recognized for his remarkable capacity to bring joy and optimism to those around him. He expresses profound gratitude for the opportunity to assist individuals and their families afflicted by addiction, facilitating their journey towards healing from traumatic experiences, fostering a sense of recovery, and nurturing hope for a more promising future.

Born and raised in Florida, he has achieved remarkable academic success, graduating Summa Cum Laude from Florida Atlantic University for his undergraduate studies and subsequently from Barry University for his Master's degree. His academic excellence is further evidenced by his role as a board member of the National Honor Society of Social Work and his induction into the Golden Key Honor Society.


Mr. Levin undertook a comprehensive internship at the Victim Services Center of Miami, where he received specialized training in Traumatic Incident Reduction (TIR). In this capacity, he dedicated his efforts to supporting individuals suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, aiding them in managing and alleviating their symptoms. 

Following his graduation from Barry University in 2005, Mr. Levin embarked on a dedicated career focused on combating addiction. Over the past 15 years, he has been deeply involved in the field of residential substance abuse treatment in South Florida, contributing significantly to the sector through his expertise and commitment.

As part of Mr. Levin's Skillset, he's experienced in:

  • Mental Health Counseling
  • Motivational Interviewing
  • Psychotherapy
  • Addiction Recovery
  • Group Therapy
  • Clinical Research
  • Behavioral Health
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Group Therapy
  • Interventions
  • Dual Diagnosis
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Mr. Levin brings a wealth of progressive experience from his tenure at some of South Florida's most esteemed facilities. Over the past 12 years, he has emerged as one of the leading figures in the South Florida recovery sector. His journey in this field is deeply personal, having been affected by the disease of addiction at a young age, which fueled his dedication to comprehensively understanding and addressing this social issue.

Specializing in relapse prevention and codependency, David provides in-depth education to his clients and their families. He focuses on identifying warning signs and triggers that could lead to relapse, understanding the stages of recovery, and guiding families on how to support their loved ones in a way that is helpful without being enabling. His approach is both empathetic and informed, making him a valuable asset to the community he serves.


Mr. Levin distinguished himself academically by graduating Summa Cum Laude from Florida Atlantic University in 2004. During his tenure at FAU, he undertook a significant internship at The House of Hope, where he played a pivotal role in assisting dually diagnosed patients in their transition from incarceration to societal reintegration. 

Demonstrating consistent academic excellence, Mr. Levin furthered his education at Barry University, where he achieved his master’s degree, maintaining an impeccable 4.0 GPA throughout his course of study.

Highlights from Mr. Levin's preparation:

  • CMHP in FL since 2007
  • CAP in FL since 2007
  • ICADC in 2007
  • Internationally certified alcohol and drug counselor
  • 2013 Trained by Dr Berne browns clinical director Rob hiliker and became certified daring way facilitator.
  • 2014 QS of social workers as they prepare for their licensing.
  • 2015 Certified rising strong facilitator Berne brown




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